President Donald Trump used a Sunday press conference to urge the press to cover developments what he called the “FBI scandal,” in which the agency knowingly used a suspect dossier to get FISA warrants and to build a false case for Russia collusion.
“I think you ought to report on the FBI scandal because it is one of the great scandals in the history of our country,” Donald Trump said. “I think people want to hear about it. If you look at the internet, you’ll see how people want to hear about it.”
Trump said the scandal was “much bigger than Watergate,” and that it would help news outlets’ ratings to report on it.
He pointed out that people were finding out about the story even without the media. “They all know about it, and it just makes the media look so bad,” Trump advised. “It’s getting really hard to avoid.”
The fact that the media hasn’t reported on declassified official documents from the Justice Department proves without a doubt that they have an agenda against Trump, and it’s frankly an abuse of their First Amendment rights to report things in such an obviously biased way.
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